The first half of season 7 wasn’t exactly what we hoped for but it should have been what we expected. We dip into the feedbag one more time for the year to consider what we’ve seen and what’s to come. We’ll be back in February in some capacity so until then, enjoy your holiday and have a great 2017!
Jim and A.Ron put season one of HBO’s Westworld in cold storage by talking about our overall thoughts, opinions, and hopes for next season. Then we consider a giant sized mailbag where we discuss scalp maps, the nature of consciousness and free will, the impact of self aware robotic hosts on fast food chains, and much more. We’ll be back whenever Westworld returns, but we never really go away. In 2017 we have an early line up including The Leftovers, Better Call Saul, Game of Thrones, among others. Hope we see you around!
Jim and A.Ron sign off for 2016 on Mr. Robot, before turning our attention to Westworld, Halt and Catch Fire, and American Horror Story. But first we have to wrap things up with some final thoughts and a bunch of new listener theories and analysis. Hope to see you around on some of our current and future endeavors, but if not, we’ll be back next year for season three!
You all had a lot to say about the finale of season six of The Walking Dead, and about the season as a whole. So we’re back for a final week to air more grievances, mount some defenses, psychoanalyze show runners, and make some predictions about the year to come. Thanks for listening! We’ll see you back in the Fall…
From the promising start, The Walking Dead tripped and fell it’s way towards a disappointing first half of season six. WTF is the problem? Can they recover? Should we care any more? All these questions and more are pondered by Jim and A.Ron with our fellow fans. Regardless of where we’re at now, we WILL be back for the back half of season six, rain or shine, and hopefully you’ll be there with us.
Pi’ilani and Cecily are back with A.Ron to give season three an epic send off. We discuss our final thoughts on the Piper/Alex/Stella triangle, thoughts on Piper’s Panty Business moving forward, where Sophia goes from here, touch on Healy and Caputo, and try to anticipate some of the plots and resolutions for season four. All this plus some last minute feedback from our fellow fans. Thanks for a great season, everybody, and we’ll see you next year.
Jim and A.Ron wrap up their season five coverage with a little bit of reflection, some predictions and theories for next year, and a whole lot of email. Don’t forget we’ll be playing through Tell Tale’s Game of Thrones video game, starting tonight at 7:30pm EST. You can watch live or later at your leisure,…
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Well, now it’s the time for teary good byes and fond farewells. Except, we’re still going to be releasing podcasts about Mad Men for another, oh, eight months or so. Tune in and found out our thoughts on the ending of Mad Men, the future of our Mad Men coverage, who’s “okay” and who’s “not okay”, our favorite episodes, songs, and seasons, and how Mad Men stacks up against it’s Golden Age of Television competition. We’ll be back in a few days or weeks with an interview of Tom Wilson, editor of “Person to Person” among many other classic Mad Men episodes, which you can pass on some questions to using our contact links below. And starting in June, be on the lookout for our season by season retrospective coverage of Mad Men. Hope we see you there!
Jim and A.Ron sign off on The Walking Dead until next October… Death prediction updates, a deep dive on PTSD, some critiques and defenses of Father Gabriel, tons of feedback, some April Fool’s debunking in the spoiler section, and much, much more. See you next fall!